The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It's not that the movie is utterly bereft of arresting moments. It's just that each of these prominently features one of the aforementioned supporting cast and not the so-called star.
Matters quickly regress into an antic romantic comedy, potentially buoyed by a strong cast but soon thwarted by a screenplay as leaden as it is predictable.
Haphazardly conceived and clumsily executed, this aggressively quirky yet gratingly unfunny comedy appears set on the fast track to vidstore bins.
When the writer's this far off, the actors and the audience pay the price.
...there's certainly no understating the ineffectiveness of Heder's relentlessly (and irritatingly) over-the-top performance...
Ana Faris is the best thing in this predictable, often silly Jon Heder movie about a spoilt son trying to sabotage his mother's new relationship
The film is as grating as the people who inhabit it.
Things sadly come to a grinding halt when the schtick wears thin and starts to repeat itself.
The picture is merely series of loose gags stumbling into each other while Heder makes faces, Hamilton spends more time on his soundtrack selections than his storytelling, as the rest of the cast waits patiently for their paychecks to clear.
I expected to laugh a lot harder and more frequently. Mama's Boy isn't what I'd call a terrible movie. Instead, it's a movie that assembles a lot of interesting elements that never gel.
...unless you are related to Keaton or Heder, I wouldn't advise you go out of your way to see it.
Mama's Boy is the ultimate, definitive, supremo bad movie, the universal black hole of suckage bad movie, the celluloid anti-Christ bad movie of bad movies -- not to put too fine a point on it or anything.
Kind of lame. A few funny bits, and Anna Faris ,as always , is worth watching, but Stepbrothers did this better.
Rewatched this 2014. Actually, I quite liked it, more than the first time.
Yes, it's silly, but I laughed quite a few times and I really do like the cast. Also had a surprisingly good soundtrack and just love Anna's blonde and black hair.
The plot is a bit recycled, but for something silly to watch at home, this is quite decent.
Mama's Boy is dumb, completely ridiculous and tries much too hard to be funny. Nothing can be saved, except the actors, for being in this garbage. This should not have been made!
It was okay. Nothing special about it.
Jon Heder could win an Academy Award and the presenter would say that the winner is Napoleon Dynamite. Yes, he's back playing the same mundane character in Mama's Boy, a totally unfunny piece of crap. You know the basic premise from the title before going in. Napoleon's mom (Diane Keaton, who is quickly challenging Kathy Bates for most dysfunctional mother roles in a career) wants to get out and meets a motivational speaker (Jeff Daniels). They go to war. He meets a hippie girl (Anna Faris) who he has feelings for and everyone knows it except himself. Yes, this film is that recycled.
I'm going to be perfectly honest. The only reason this film got a full star is because Eli Wallach is in this piece of shit. Eli Wallach kicks ass. I suggest fast forwarding through Napoleon's schtick and checking out Eli. He's awesome. But not even Eli Wallach can make this turd float. If I actually laughed at anything in this film I might reconsider, but it is just so damn unfunny it's pathetic. How the hell did this blight on cinemea get released? What cash and sexual favors were exchanged? Who had fun with animals pictures? There has to be some reason for this to get made because it sure as hell wasn't because it was worth a damn.
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